A question that I've been considering, and just curious on other people's takes. We're going to take two different examples of Danger Sense, and explore them.
Character 1, is Super Soldier, an unaging soldier, his senses attuned to danger from countless years spent on the battle field. He purchases Danger Sense (Visual). As such, his Danger Sense is Ranged, Accurate & Acute, as those are the modifiers for normal human vision. Character 2, Arach-kid, a young teen infused with the proportional speed and strength of an arachnid, due to his exposure to genetically modified nopes! His reflexes are so accelerated his response time borders on precognition, as such he purchased Danger Sense (Mental), and as a normal human the mental sense group has no modifiers.
Alright, so now for our 1st Scenario, lets put Super Soldier & Arach-kid into a situation where after defeating a gang of Mooks, the Big Cheese has hired a hit man to kill them both. So a sniper targets Super Soldier, he runs the risk of being Surprised, and so his Danger Sense allows him a Perception check, similar to Arach-kid, ok, so far everything is playing out fine. Now, if we change the scenario and the contract is on a reporter in the crowd and neither of our heroes. The attack is not directed *at* Arach-kid, and his Danger Sense does not have Ranged, however, Super Soldiers Visual Sense group is both Ranged, Acute & Accurate. So Arach-kid doesn't get a Perception check due to the lack of ranged on his Danger Sense, however, Super Soldier not only gets a check, but can determine who the attacker is (acute), and retaliate, assuming he beats the Sniper's initiative (Accurate).
I suppose what I am getting at is, how do the various sense groups interact with Danger Sense? If Arach-kid purchased Ranged, Radius, Acute & Accurate on his Danger Sense, he could then target any person who posed a threat to anyone within his radius, using his Danger Sense? However, unlike a typical Acute & Accurate Mental Sense, his Danger sense would only *ping*, for lack of a better term, hostiles, correct?